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You have heard me say many times, “Navajo has an identity crisis.” The recent uproar of complaints of the candidates’

The Navajo Nation needs a paradigm shift (distinct concept or thought pattern) in that their language historically contributed to this country and the world, but its leadership to date has failed the nation on many local issues because it tends to keep out its best members who went outside the nation to get an education.

It was heartbreaking to witness Chief Justice Herb Yazzie, Associate Justice Eleanor Shirley, and Associate Justice Irene Black, whose generation experienced firsthand the loss of our beautiful Navajo language, not have the courage to make a just ruling.

The only way a nation’s people can remain free is when they choose to abide by the rule of law.

I wonder if attorney David Jordan and his Navajo complainants appreciate the irony of a non-Navajo arguing, in English, the

I respectfully write this letter to the editor to express my frustration with the U.S. congressional leaders who continually butt

In both the Navajo Times and the Gallup Independent, there have recently been articles about a Navajo Nation Resources Division

Trust in government has had its day. So who can we trust with the leadership of the Diné Nation? Or

Today’s youth face many risks, including loss of language, culture, drug use, violence, suicide, and alcohol abuse. Alcohol abuse has